Jianguo Wu

LSE 705, School of Life Sciences
Mail Code: 4501
Affiliate Faculty
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
5502

Biography

Jianguo Wu is a Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Sustainability Science in the School of Life Sciences and the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. His research areas include: landscape ecology, urban ecology, and sustainability science. He has authored 14 books and 295 papers. He is the editor-in-chief for the journal Landscape Ecology, since 2005. He is also the Founding Director for the Sino-US Center of Conservation, Energy and Sustainability Science, at Inner Mongolia University (2007-) and the Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability at Beijing Normal University (2012-). 

His major awards include: Award for International Scientific Cooperation from American Association for the Advancement of Science (2006); elected AAAS Fellow (2007); Leopold Leadership Fellow (2009); Distinguished Landscape Ecologist Award from US-IALE (2010); Outstanding Scientific Achievements Award from IALE (2011); andn the International Scientific Cooperation Award from the Inner Mongolia Government (2012). 

Education

  • Ph.D. Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • M.S. Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • B.S. Inner Mongolia Univnersity, Hohhot, China

Research Interests

Current research areas include landscape ecology, urban ecology, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, and sustainability science.

Publications

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Books  

  1. Y. Gao and J. Wu (eds). 2017. Lectures in Modern Ecology (VIII): Advances in Community, Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. (in press)
  2. Barrett, G.W., T.L. Barrett, and J.G. Wu (eds). 2015. History of Landscape Ecology in the United States. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-1-4939-2275-8
  3. Wu, J.G. and S.Q. An (eds). 2013. Lectures in Modern Ecology (VI): Global Climate Change and Ecological Patterns and Processes. Higher Education Press, Beijing.
  4. Hong, S.K., J. Wu, J.E. Kim, and N. Nakagoshi (eds). 2011. Landscape Ecology in Asian Cultures. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 334 pp.
  5. Wu, J. G. and F.M. Li (eds). 2011. Lectures in Modern Ecology (V): Large-Scale Ecology and Sustainability Science. Higher Education Press, Beijing. 381 pp.
  6. Wu, J. and J. Yang (eds). 2009. Lectures in Modern Ecology (IV): Theory and Applications. Higher Education Press, Beijing. 392 pp. 
  7. Carriero, M., Y. Song, and J. Wu (eds). 2008. Ecology, Planning, and Management of Urban Forests: International Perspectives. Springer, New York. 467 pp.
  8. Gu, B., J. Wu, J. Chen, and Y. Wu (eds). 2008. Green Careers. Higher Education Press, Beijing.
  9. Wu, J. and R. Hobbs (eds). 2007. Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 297 pp.
  10. Wu, J. 2007. Landscape Ecology: Pattern, Process, Scale and Hierarchy. 2nd Edition. Higher Education Press, Beijing. 266 pp.
  11. Wu, J., J. Ge, X. Han, Z. Yu, and D. Zhang (eds). 2007. Lectures in Modern Ecology (III): Advances and Key Topics. Higher Education Press, Beijing. 383 pp.
  12. Wu, J., B. Jones, H. Li, and O. L. Loucks (Eds). 2006. Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 351 pp.
  13. Wu, J., X. Han, and J. Huang (eds). 2002. Lectures in Modern Ecology (II): From Basic Science to Environmental Issues. Science and Technology Press, Beijing. 229 pp.
  14. Wu, J. 2000. Landscape Ecology: Pattern, Process, Scale and Hierarchy. 1st Edition. Higher Education Press, Beijing.  [“Award of Outstanding Books in Science and Technology of China”]

Translated Books

[1]       Forman, R.T.T. 2014. Urban Ecology: Science of Cities. Cambridge University Press. [Chinese edition translated by J. Wu et al. 2017, Higher Education Press, Beijing.]

Journal Articles and Book Chapters [*Students/Postdocs advised]

2017

  1. Wu, J. 2017. Seascape ecology and landscape ecology: Distinct, related, and synergistic. In: Simon J. Pittman (editor), Seascape Ecology. (in press)
  2. Wu, J. 2017. In memoriam: Orie L. Loucks (1931-2016). Landscape Ecology 32: DOI 10.1007/s10980-016-0478-3.
  3. *Huang, L., J. Wu, and L. Yan. 2017. Sustainability assessment of urban scenario planning cases in Shanghai. In: Y. Gao and J. Wu (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (VIII): Advances in Community, Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. (in press).
  4. *Liu, Z., P. Verburg, J. Wu and C. He. 2017. Understanding land system change through scenario-based simulations: A case study from the drylands in northern China. Environmental Management, DOI 10.1007/s00267-016-0802-3.
  5. *Liu, Z., C. He, and J. Wu. 2017. Habitat loss and fragmentation during urbanization. In: Y. Gao and J. Wu (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (VIII): Advances in Community, Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. (in press)
  6. *Sun, Z., Z. Liu, C. He, and J. Wu. 2017. Impacts of urban expansion on ecosystem services in the drylands of northern China: A case study in the Hohhot-Baotou-Ordos urban agglomeration region. Journal of Natural Resources, doi: 10.11849/zrzyxb.20160928
  7. *Wilson, M. and J. Wu. 2017. The problems of weak sustainability and associated indicators. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 24: 44-51.
  8. Zhang Q. and J. Wu. 2017. Research advances in the relationship between functional diversity and ecosystem function. In: Y. Gao and J. Wu (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (VIII): Advances in Community, Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. (in press)
  9. Zhao, Y. and J. Wu. 2017. Grassland ecosystem services: A research review. In: Y. Gao and J. Wu (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (VIII): Advances in Community, Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. (in press)

2016

  1. Cao, Q., D. Yu, M. Georgescu, and J. Wu. 2016. Impacts of urbanization on summer climate in China: An assessment with coupled land-atmospheric modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, doi: 10.1002/2016JD025210.
  2. Chen, D., Q. Pan, S. Hu, J. Huang, Q. Wang, X. Han, S. Naeem, J. Elser, J. Wu, Y. Bai. 2016. Effects of plant functional group loss on soil biota and soil carbon sequestration: A plant removal experiment in the Mongolian grassland. Journal of Ecology 104(3):734-743.
  3. *Fernandez, I., and J. G. Wu. 2016. Assessing environmental inequalities in the city of Santiago (Chile) with a hierarchical multiscale approach. Applied Geography 74:160-169.
  4. Forman, R.T.T. and J. G. Wu. 2016. Where to put the next billion people. Nature 537:608-611.
  5. Forman, R.T.T. and J. Wu. 2016. Where are the best places for the next billion people? Think globally, plan regionally. Pages 453-473 in: Davide Geneletti (ed.), Handbook on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Impact Assessment. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
  6. *Hao, R., D. Yu, J. Wu, Q. Guo, and Y. Liu. 2016. Constraint lines and applications in ecology: A review. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology 40(10):1100-1109.
  7. Huang, G., Y. Jiang, Z. Liu, M. Nie, Y. Liu, J. Li, Y. Bao, Y. Wang, and J. Wu. 2016. Advances in human well-being research: A sustainability science perspective. Acta Ecologica Sinica 36(23):7519-7527.
  8. *Huang, L., L. Yan, and J. Wu. 2016. Assessing urban sustainability of Chinese megacities: 35 years after the economic reform and open-door policy. Landscape and Urban Planning 145:57-70. [Selected as Editor’s Choice by Landscape and Urban Planning]
  9. *Liu, Z., C. He, and J. Wu. 2016. The relationship between habitat loss and fragmentation during urbanization: An empirical evaluation from sixteen world cities. PLoS ONE 11(4): e0154613. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0154613.
  10. *Liu, Z., C. He, and J. Wu. 2016. General spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization: An examination of 16 world cities. Sustainability 8, 41; doi:10.3390/su8010041.
  11. *Ma, Q., J. Wu, and C. He. 2016. A hierarchical analysis of the relationship between urban impervious surfaces and land surface temperatures: spatial scale dependence, temporal variations, and bioclimatic modulation. Landscape Ecology 31:1139-1153.
  12. *Ma, Q., C. He, and J. Wu. 2016. Behind the rapid expansion of urban impervious surfaces in China: Major influencing factors revealed by a hierarchical multiscale analysis. Land Use Policy 59:434-445.
  13. Ma, Y., X. Li, M. Wilson, X. Wu, A. Smith, and J. Wu. 2016. Water loss by evaporation from China’s South-North water transfer project. Ecological Engineering 95:206-215.
  14. Pan, Q., D. Tian, S. Naeem, K. Auerswald, J. Elser, Y. Bai, J. Huang, Q. Wang, H. Wang, J. Wu, and X. Han. 2016. Effects of functional diversity loss on ecosystem functions are influenced by compensation. Ecology 97:2293-2302.
  15. *Pope, R., J. Wu, and C. Boone. 2016. Spatial patterns of air pollutants and social groups: A distributive environmental justice study in the Phoenix Metropolitan Region of USA. Environmental Management 58:753-766.
  16. *Sun, Z., Z. Liu, C. He, and J. Wu. 2016. Multi-scale analysis of ecosystem service trade-offs in urbanizing drylands of China: A case study in Hohhot-Baotou-Ordos-Yulin region. Acta Ecologica Sinica 36(15):4881-4891.
  17. Wang, T., L. Feng, P. Mou, J. Wu, J. Smith, W. Xiao, H. Yang, H. Dou, X. Zhao, Y. Cheng, B. Zhou, H. Wu, L. Zhang, Y. Tian, Q. Guo, X. Kou, X. Han, D. Miquelle, C. Oliver, R. Xu, and J. Ge. 2016. Amur tigers and leopards returning to China: direct evidence and a landscape conservation plan. Landscape Ecology 31:491-503.
  18. *Wilson, M., X. Chen, R. Corlett, R. Didham, P. Ding, R. Holt, M. Holyoak, G. Hu, A. Hughes, L. Jiang, W. Laurance, J. Liu, S. Pimm, S. Robinson, S. Russo, X. Si, D. Wilcove, J. Wu, and M. Yu. 2016. Habitat fragmentation and biodiversity conservation: Key findings and future challenges. Landscape Ecology 31:219-227.
  19. Xu, G. and J. Wu. 2016. Social-ecological transformations of Inner Mongolia: a sustainability perspective. Ecological Processes 5:23 DOI 10.1186/s13717-016-0067-z
  20. Zeng, L., B. Wang, L. Fan, and J. Wu. 2016. Analyzing sustainability of Chinese mining cities using an association rule mining approach. Resources Policy 49:394-404.

2015

  1. Wu, J. and T. Wu. 2015. Response to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG #7): “Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”. The UN Chronicle 52(4):17-18. (Invited contribution)
  2. Wu, J., S. Naeem, J. Elser, Y. Bai, J. Huang, L. Kang, Q. Pan, Q. Wang, S. Hao, and X. Han. 2015. Testing biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationship in the world’s largest grassland: Overview of the IMGRE project. Landscape Ecology 30:1723-1736.
  3. Wu, J., Q. Zhang, A. Li, and C.Z. Liang. 2015. Historical landscape dynamics of Inner Mongolia: Patterns, drivers, and impacts. Landscape Ecology 30:1579-1598.
  4. Wu, J. 2015. History and evolution of the Journal, Landscape Ecology. Pages 55-73 In: G. W. Barrett, T. L. Barrett, and J. Wu (eds). History of Landscape Ecology in the United States. Springer, New York.
  5. *Ackley, J. W., M. J. Angilletta, D. DeNardo, B. Sullivan, and J. Wu. 2015. Urban heat island mitigation strategies and lizard thermal ecology: Landscaping can quadruple potential activity time in an arid city. Urban Ecosystems 18:1447–1459.
  6. *Ackley, J., J. Wu, M. Angilletta, S. Myint, and B. Sullivan. 2015. Rich lizards: How affluence and land cover influence the diversity and abundance of desert reptiles persisting in an urban landscape. Biological Conservation 182:87-92.
  7. Barrett, G.W., T. L. Barrett, Wu, J. 2015. Thirty years of the United States Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (USIALE): The evolution of its organization and science. Pages 1-11 In: G. W. Barrett, T. L. Barrett, and J. Wu (eds). History of Landscape Ecology in the United States. Springer, New York.
  8. Barrett, G.W., T. L. Barrett, Wu, J. 2015. A future for US-IALE. Pages 177-189 In: G. W. Barrett, T. L. Barrett, and J. Wu (eds). History of Landscape Ecology in the United States. Springer, New York.
  9. Briske, D., M. Zhao, G. Han, C. Xiu, D. R. Kemp, W. Willms, K. Havstad, L. Kang, Z. Wang, J. Wu, X. Han, and Y. Bai. 2015. Strategies to alleviate poverty and grassland degradation in Inner Mongolia: Intensification vs production efficiency of livestock systems. Journal of Environmental Management 152:177-182.
  10. Bürgi, M., J. Silbernagel, J. Wu, and F. Kienast. 2015. Linking ecosystem services with landscape history. Landscape Ecology 30:11-20.
  11. *Cao, Q., D. Yu, M. Georgescu, Z. Han, and J. Wu. 2015. Impacts of land use and land cover on regional climate: A case study in the agro-pastoral transitional zone of China. Environmental Research Letters 10:124025 (doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/12/124025)
  12. Fang, J., Y. Bai, and J. Wu. 2015. Towards a better understanding of landscape patterns and ecosystem processes of the Mongolian Plateau. Landscape Ecology 30:1573-1578.
  13. *Huang, L., J. Wu, and L. Yan. 2015. Defining and measuring urban sustainability: A review of indicators. Landscape Ecology 30:1175-1193.
  14. *Huang, L., J. Wu, and L. Yan. 2015. The vision of a city: The sustainability science and indicators-based approach. Huazhong Architecture 11:40-46.
  15. *Mao, Q., G. Huang, and J. Wu. 2015. Urban ecosystem services: A review. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 26(4):1023-1033.
  16. Tian, G. and J. Wu. 2015. Comparing urbanization patterns in Guangzhou of China and Phoenix of the USA: The influences of roads and rivers. Ecological Indicators 52:23-30.
  17. *Yuan, F., J. Wu, A. Li, H. Rowe, Y. Bai, J. Huang, and X. Han. 2015. Spatial patterns of soil nutrients, plant diversity, and aboveground biomass in the Inner Mongolia grassland: Before and after a biodiversity removal experiment. Landscape Ecology 30:1737-1750.
  18. *Zhang, D., C. He, J. Wu, and Q. Huang. 2015. Assessing the major resource and environmental constraints for sustainable development in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, based on the framework of landscape sustainability science. Advances in Earth Science 30(10):1151-1161.

2014

  1. Wu, J. 2014. Urban ecology and sustainability: The state-of-the-science and future directions. Landscape and Urban Planning 125:209-221.
  2. Wu, J., W. Xiang, and J. Zhao. 2014. Urban ecology in China: Historical developments and future directions. Landscape and Urban Planning 125:222–233.
  3. Wu, J.G., X.C. Guo, J. Yang, G.X. Qian, J.M. Niu, C.Z. Liang, Q. Zhang, and A. Li. 2014. What is sustainability science? Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 25(1):1-11.
  4. Wu, J., C. He, Q. Zhang, D. Yu, G. Huang, and Q. Huang. 2014. Integrative modeling and strategic planning for regional sustainability under climate change. Advances in Earth Sciences 29:1315-1324.
  5. *Liu, Z., C. He, Y. Zhou, and J. Wu. 2014. How much of the world’s land has been urbanized, really? A hierarchical framework for avoiding confusion. Landscape Ecology 29:763-771.
  6. *Luo, S.H., Mao, Q.Z., K.M. Ma, and J.G. Wu. 2014. Distribution characteristics of carbon and nitrogen in urban top soils of Beijing. Acta Ecologica Sinica 34:6011-6019.
  7. *Ma, Q., C. He, J. Wu, Z. Liu, Q. Zhang, and Z. Sun. 2014. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns of urban impervious surfaces in China: An improved assessment using nighttime light data. Landscape and Urban Planning 130:36-49.
  8. *Mao, Q., G. Huang, A. Buyantuyev, J. Wu, S. Luo, and K. Ma. Spatial heterogeneity of urban soils: The case of the Beijing metropolitan region, China. Ecological Processes 3:23 (doi:10.1186/s13717-014-0023-8).
  9. Nassauer, J.I., J.G. Wu, and W.-N. Xiang. 2014. Actionable urban ecology in China and the world: Integrating ecology and planning for sustainable cities. Landscape and Urban Planning 125:207-208.
  10. *Neil, K., J. Wu, C. Bang, and S. Faeth. 2014. Urbanization affects plant flowering phenology and pollinator community: Effects of water availability and land cover. Ecological Processes 3:17; doi:10.1186/s13717-014-0017-6
  11. *Pope, R. and J. Wu. 2014. Characterizing air pollution patterns on multiple time scales in urban areas: A landscape ecological approach. Urban Ecosystems 17:855-874.
  12. *Pope, R. and J. Wu. 2014. A multi-objective assessment of an air quality monitoring network using environmental, economic, and social indicators and GIS-based models. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 64:721-737.
  13. *Tian, Y., J. Wu, T. Wang, and J. Ge. 2014. Climate change and landscape fragmentation jeopardize the population viability of the Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica). Landscape Ecology 29:621-637.
  14. *Zhang, J., J. Niu, A. Buyantuyev, and J. Wu. 2014. A multilevel analysis of the impact of land use policy on land-cover change and local land use decisions. Journal of Arid Environments 108:19-28.
  15. Zhang, Q., J. Wu, A. Buyantuyev, J. Niu, Y. Ding, S. Kang, and W. J. Ma. 2014. Plant species diversity is correlated with climatic factors differently at the community and the functional group levels: a case study of desert steppe in Inner Mongolia, China. Plant Biosystems, DOI: 10.1080/11263504.2014.974713
  16. *Zhou, T., W. Ren, S. Peng, L. Liang, S. Ren, and J. Wu. 2014. A riverscape transect approach to studying and restoring river systems: A case study from southern China. Ecological Engineering 65:147-158.

2013

  1. Wu, J. 2013. Landscape sustainability science: Ecosystem services and human well-being in changing landscapes. Landscape Ecology 28:999-1023.
  2. Wu, J. 2013. Key concepts and research topics in landscape ecology revisited: 30 years after the Allerton Park workshop. Landscape Ecology 28:1-11.
  3. Wu, J. G. 2013. Hierarchy theory: An overview. Pages 281-301 in R. Rozzi, S. T. A. Pickett, C. Palmer, J. J. Armesto, and J. B. Callicott, editors. Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World: Values, Philosophy, and Action. Springer, New York.
  4. Wu, J., C. He, G. Huang, and D. Yu. 2013. Urban landscape ecology: Past, present, and future. Pages 37-53 in: Bojie Fu and Bruce Jones (eds).  Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Environment and Culture. Springer.
  5. Wu, J. 2013. Patch dynamics. In: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Academic Edition (http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1924260/patch-dynamics)
  6. Wu, J. and T. Wu. 2013. Ecological resilience as a foundation for urban design and sustainability. Pages 211-230 in: Steward T.A. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso, Brian P. McGrath, and Kristina Hill (eds), Resilience in Urban Ecology and Design: Linking Theory and Practice for Sustainable Cities. Springer.
  7. Wu, J. 2013. Landscape ecology. Pages 179-200 in R. Leemans (ed.), Ecological Systems: Selected Entries from the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, Springer, New York.
  8. Cha, N., J. Wu, and R. Yu. 2013. Analysis of trends in research on sustainable development in China. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33:2637-2644.
  9. Han, G.D., T. Liu, Z.G. Wang, Z.G. Li, M.L. Zhao, K. Havstad, J.G. Wu, and D. Kemp. 2013. Adaptive management of grazing lands. Pages 447-464 in: Chen, J., S. Wan, G. Henebry, J. Qi, G. Gutman, G. Sun, and M. Kappas (eds), Dryland East Asia: Land Dynamics amid Social and Climate Change. Walter de Gruyter Publisher.
  10. *Li, C., J.X. Li, and J.G. Wu. 2013. Quantifying the speed, growth modes, and landscape pattern changes of urbanization: A hierarchical patch dynamics approach. Landscape Ecology 28:1875-1888.
  11. Li, J.X., C. Li, F.G. Zhu, C.H. Song, and J.G. Wu. 2013. Spatiotemporal pattern of urbanization in Shanghai, China between 1989 and 2005. Landscape Ecology 28:1545-1565.
  12. *Li, Q., X.J. Kou, L.M. Feng, and J.G. Wu. The application of camera traps in animal ecology. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 24:947-955.
  13. Ma, W.J., Q. Zhang, J.M. Niu, S. Kang, P.T. Liu, X. He, Y. Yang, Y.N. Zhang, and J.G. Wu. 2013. Relationship of ecosystem primary productivity to species diversity and functional group diversity: Evidence from Stipa breviflora grassland in Inner Mongolia. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology 37:620-630.
  14. *Mao, Q., K. Ma, J. Wu, R. Tang, S. Luo, Y. Zhang, and L. Bao. 2013. Distribution pattern of allergenic plants in the Beijing metropolitan region. Aerobiologia 29:217-231.
  15. *Mao, Q., K. Ma, J. Wu, R. Tang, Y. Zhang, S. Luo, L. Bao, and X. Cai. 2013. An overview of advances in research on distributional pattern of urban biodiversity. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33(4):1051-1064.
  16. Qian, G., Y. Zhang, J. Wu, and Y.H. Pan. 2013. Revenue sharing in dairy industry supply chain – A case study of Hohhot, China. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 12(12):2300-2309.
  17. Yang, L. J. Wu, and P. Shen. 2013. Roles of science in institutional changes: The case of desertification control in China. Environmental Science & Policy 27:32-54.
  18. Yang, Q., J. Wu, J. Li, Y. Yu, F. Peng, and C. Sun. 2013. Landscape dynamics of medium- and small-sized cities in eastern and western China: A comparative study of pattern. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33:275-285.
  19. Zhang, C., J. Wu, N. Grimm, M. McHale, and A. Buyantuyev. 2013. A hierarchical patch mosaic ecosystem model for urban landscapes: Model development and evaluation. Ecological Modelling 250:81-100.
  20. *Zhou, T., S.L. Peng, and J.G. Wu. 2013. The concept of sustainable restoration ecology and its application in South China. Pages 146-156 in: Wenhua Li (ed), Contemporary Ecology in China – Ecosystem Restoration, Science Press, Beijing.

2012

  1. Wu, J. 2012. Landscape ecology. Pages 392-396 in: A. Hastings and L. Gross (eds), Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology. University of California Press.
  2. Wu, J. 2012. A landscape approach for sustainability science. Pages 59-78 in: M.P. Weinstein and R.E. Turner (eds), Sustainability Science: The Emerging Paradigm and the Urban Environment. Springer.
  3. Wu, J. 2012. Landscape ecology. Pages 5772-5785 in: R.A. Meyers (ed), Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer.
  4. Wu, J. and T. Wu. 2012. Sustainability indicators and indices. Pages 65-86 In: Christian N. Madu and C. Kuei (eds), Handbook of Sustainable Management. Imperial College Press, London.
  5. Wu, J. 2012. Landscape ecology: past, present, and future. Pages 15-25 in: X. Han and Y. Wu (eds), Ecological Vision: Challenge, Response, and Strategy. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]
  6. *Ackley, J. and J. Wu. 2012. Watering grass in the desert: Can a phoenix change its color? CITYGREEN 5:130-137.
  7. Bai, Y., J. Wu, C. Clark, Q. Pan, L. Zhang, S. Chen, Q. Wang, and X. Han. 2012. Grazing alters ecosystem functioning and C:N:P stoichiometry of grasslands along a regional precipitation gradient. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 1204–1215.
  8. Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2012. Urbanization diversifies land surface phenology in arid environments: interactions among vegetation, climatic variation, and land use pattern in the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Landscape and Urban Planning 105:149-159.
  9. Buyantuyev, A., P. Xu, J. Wu, S. Piao, and D. Wang. 2012. A space-for-time (SFT) substitution approach to studying historical phenological changes in urban environment. PLoS ONE 7(12): e51260. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051260.
  10. Luo, S., Q. Mao, K. Ma, and J. Wu. 2012. A review of carbon cycling and sequestration in urban soils. Acta Ecologica Sinica 32(22):7177-7189.
  11. *Dirks, L., G. Dirks, and J. Wu. 2012. Evolving perspectives on biofuels in the United States. Frontiers in Energy 6(4): 379–393.
  12. *Mao, Q., S. Luo, K. Ma, J. Wu, R. Tang, Y. Zhang, L. Bao, and T. Zhang. 2012. Research advances in ecological assessment of urban greenspace. Acta Ecologica Sinica 32(17):5589-5600.
  13. *Hu, G., J. Wu, K. Feeley, G. Xu, and M. Yu. 2012. The effects of landscape variables on the species-area relationship during late-stage habitat fragmentation. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43894. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043894.
  14. *Li, A., J. Wu, and J. Huang. 2012. Distinguishing human-induced changes from climate-driven variations in vegetation pattern of drylands with the RESTREND method. Landscape Ecology 27:969-982.
  15. Li, S., P. Verburg, S. Lv, J. Wu, and X. Li. 2012. Spatial analysis of the driving factors of grassland degradation under conditions of climate change and intensive land use in Inner Mongolia, China. Regional Environmental Change 12:461-474.
  16. *Litteral, J. and J. Wu. 2012. Urban landscape matrix affects avian diversity in remnant vegetation reserves: Evidence from the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Urban Ecosystems 15:939–959.
  17. *Liu, J., J. Wu, F. Liu, and X. Han. 2012. Quantitative assessment of bioenergy from crop stalk resources in Inner Mongolia, China. Applied Energy 93:305-318.
  18. Liu, D., X. Wu, J. Chang, Y. Min, Y. Ge, Y. Shi, H. Xue, C. Peng, and J. Wu. 2012. Constructed wetlands as biofuel production systems. Nature Climate Change 2(3):190-194.
  19. *Sun, X.P., T.M. Wang, J.G. Wu, J.P. Ge. 2012. Change trend of vegetation cover in Beijing metropolitan region before and after the 2008 Olympics. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 23(11):3133-3140.
  20. *Wang, W., J. Wu, and X. Han. 2012. Estimating soil carbon sequestration potential of the typical steppe in Inner Mongolia and associated uncertainty. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 23(1):29-37.
  21. Wang, Z., J. Wu, M. Madden, and D. Mao. 2012. China's wetlands: conservation plans and policy impacts. AMBIO 41:782–786.
  22. Yang, L. and J. Wu. 2012. Knowledge-driven institutional change: an empirical study on combating desertification in northern China. Journal of Environmental Management 110:254-266.
  23. Yu, M.J., Hu, G., K.J. Feeley, J.G. Wu, and P. Ding. 2012. Richness and composition of plants and birds on land-bridge islands: Effects of island attributes and differential responses of species groups. Journal of Biogeography 39:1124–1133.
  24. Yu, Q., H. Wu, N. He, X. Lv, Z. Wang, J. Elser, J. Wu, and X. Han. 2012. Testing the Growth Rate Hypothesis in Vascular Plants with Above- and Below-Ground Biomass. PLoS ONE 7(3): e32162.
  25. *Zhou, T., J. Wu, and S. Peng. 2012. Assessing the effects of landscape pattern on river water quality at multiple scales: A case study of the Dongjiang River watershed, China. Ecological Indicators 23:166-175.
  26. *Dong, N., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2012. Changes in the spatiotemporal pattern of urbanization in Ordos of Inner Mongolia and related driving forces. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 23(4):1097-1103.
  27. Huang, J., Q. Pan, Y. Bai, X. Lv, J. Wu, and X. Han. 2012. Biodiversity and ecosystem function. Pages 37-56 in Han, X. G. and L. H. Li (eds), Mechanisms for Maintaining Inner Mongolian Grassland Ecosystems. China Agricultural University Press, Beijing.

2011

  1. Wu, J. 2011. Improving the writing of research papers: IMRAD and beyond. Landscape Ecology 26:1345-1349.
  2. Wu, J., G. D. Jenerette, A. Buyantuyev, and C. L. Redman. 2011. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization: The case of the two fastest growing metropolitan regions in the United States. Ecological Complexity 8:1-8.
  3. Wu, J., A. Buyantuyev, G. D. Jenerette, J. Litteral, and W. Shen. 2011. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns and ecological effects of urbanization: a multiscale landscape approach. Pages 35-53 in: M. Richter and U. Weiland (eds). Applied Urban Ecology: A Global Framework, Blackwell.

  4. Wu, J. 2011. Integrating nature and culture in landscape ecology. Pages 301-321 in: S. K. Hong, J. Wu, J.E. Kim, and N. Nakagoshi (eds). Landscape Ecology in Asian Cultures. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  5. Han, G., M. Zhao, M. Hong, Z. Wang, S. Zheng, K. Havstad, W. Willms, B. Bestelmeyer, J. Herrick, J. Wu. 2011. Grassland ecosystem health, services and adaptive management. Pages 218-244 In: J. Wu and F. Li (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (V): Large-scale Ecology and Sustainability Science. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese with English Abstracts]
  6. *Hu, G., K.J. Feeley, J.G. Wu, G.F. Xu, and M.J. Yu. 2011. Determinants of plant species richness and patterns of nestedness in fragmented landscapes: Evidence from land-bridge islands. Landscape Ecology 26:1405-1417.
  7. *Li, C., J. Li., and J. Wu. 2011. Effects of urbanization on plant biodiversity: Review of pattern and mechanisms. Pages 347-361 In: J. Wu and F. Li (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (V): Large-scale Ecology and Sustainability Science. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese with English Abstracts]
  8. Li, J.X., C.H. Song, L. Cao, F.G. Zhu, X.L. Meng, and J.G. Wu. 2011. Impacts of landscape structure on surface urban heat islands: a case study of Shanghai, China. Remote Sensing of Environment 115:3249-3263.
  9. Pan, Q., Bai, Y., Wu, J., Han, X. 2011. Hierarchical plant responses and diversity loss after nitrogen addition: testing three functionally-based hypotheses in the Inner Mongolia Grassland. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20078. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020078
  10. Qian, G., X. Guo, J. Guo, and J. Wu. 2011. China’s dairy crisis: impacts, causes and policy implications for sustainable dairy industry. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 18(5):434-441.
  11. Shen, W., Y. Lin, G. D. Jenerette, and J. Wu. 2011. Blowing litter across a landscape: effects on ecosystem nutrient flux and implications for landscape management. Landscape Ecology 26:629-644.
  12. Tian, G., Y. Ouyang, Q. Quan, and J. Wu. 2011. Simulating spatiotemporal dynamics of urbanization with mult-agent systems: a case study of the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Ecological Modelling 222:1129-1138.
  13. *Tian, Y., J. Wu, A. T. Smith, T. Wang, X. Kou, J. Ge. 2011. Population viability of the Siberian Tiger in a changing landscape: Going, going and gone? Ecological Modelling 222:3166-3180.
  14. *Tian, Y., J. Wu, X. Kou, T. Wang, A. T. Smith, and J. Ge. 2011. Methods and applications of population viability analysis (PVA): A review. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 22(1):257-267. [In Chinese]
  15. Wang, Z.J., J. Wu, H. Shang, and J. Cheng. 2011. Landscape connectivity shapes the spread pattern of the rice water weevil: a case study from Zhejiang, China. Environmental Management 47:254-262.
  16. *Zhou, T., J. Wu, and S. Peng. 2011. Sustainable restoration ecology: A new conceptual framework for making restoration sustainable. Pages 362-381 In: J. Wu and F. Li (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology (V): Large-scale Ecology and Sustainability Science. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese with English Abstracts]

2010

  1. Wu, J. 2010. Landscape of culture and culture of landscape: does landscape ecology need culture? Landscape Ecology 25:1147–1150.
  2. Wu, J. 2010. Urban sustainability: an inevitable goal of landscape research. Landscape Ecology 25:1-4.
  3. Yu, Q., Q. Chen, J. Elser, N. He, H. Wu, G. Zhang, J. Wu, Y. Bai, and X. Han. 2010. Linking stoichiometric homoeostasis with ecosystem structure, functioning and stability. Ecology Letters 13:1390-1399.
  4. Bai, Y. J. Wu, C. M. Clark, S. Naeem, Q. Pan, J. Huang, L. Zhang, and X. Han. 2010. Tradeoffs and thresholds in the effects of nitrogen addition on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: evidence from Inner Mongolia Grasslands. Global Change Biology 16:358–372.
  5. Wang, J., G. Lin, J. Wu, X. Han and J. Huang. 2010. Habitat insularization affects the foraging behavior and dynamics of local rodent populations: Exploring ecological consequences of the Three Gorges Dam.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(1):13–19.
  6. *Wang, T., J. Wu, X. Kou, C. Oliver, P. Mou, and J. Ge. 2010. Ecologically asynchronous agricultural practice erodes sustainability of Loess Plateau of China. Ecological Applications 20:1126–1135.
  7. *Wang, T., X. Kou, Y. Xiong, P. Mou, J. Wu, and J. Ge. 2010. Temporal and spatial patterns of NDVI and their relationship to precipitation in the Loess Plateau of China. International Journal of Remote Sensing 31:1943–1958.
  8. *Wang, H.F., V. L. Sork, J.G. Wu, J.P. Ge. 2010. Effect of patch size and isolation on mating patterns and seed production in an urban population of Chinese pine (Pinus tabulaeformis Carr.). Forest Ecology and Management 260:965-974.
  9. *Yang, L.H., Z.R. Lan and J.G. Wu. 2010. Roles of scholars in the practice of combating-desertification: a case study in northwest China. Environmental Management 46:154–166.
  10. *Yang, L. and J. Wu. 2010. Seven design principles for promoting scholars’ participation in combating desertification. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 17:109-119.
  11. *Neil, K., L. Landrum, and J. Wu. 2010. Effects of Urbanization on Flowering Phenology in the Metropolitan Phoenix region of USA: Findings from herbarium records. Journal of Arid Environments 74:440–444.
  12. *Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2010. Urban heat islands and landscape heterogeneity: linking spatiotemporal variations in surface temperatures to land-cover and socioeconomic patterns. Landscape Ecology 25:17–33.
  13. *Buyantuyev, A., C. Gries, and J. Wu. 2010. Multiscale Analysis of the Urbanization Pattern of the Phoenix Metropolitan Landscape of USA: Time, Space and Thematic Resolution. Landscape and Urban Planning 94:206-217.
  14. Lu, J., L. Zhu, G. Hu, and J. Wu. 2010. Integrating animal manure-based bioenergy production with invasive species control: A case study at Tongren Pig Farm in China. Biomass and Bioenergy 34:821-827.
  15. Tian, G., J. Wu, and Z. Yang. 2010. Spatial Pattern of Urban Functions in the Beijing Metropolitan Region. Habitat International 34:249-255.
  16. Tang, L., G. Shao, Z. Piao, L. Dai, M. Jenkins, S. Wang, G. Wu, J. Wu, J. Zhao. 2010. Forest degradation deepens around and within protected areas in East Asia. Biological Conservation 143:1295-1298.
  17. Qian, G., Y. Zhang, and J. Wu. 2010. Decomposition analysis on changes of energy-related CO2 emission in Inner Mongolia. Technology Economics 29:77-84.
  18. Qian, G., X. Guo, J. Wu and J. Guo. 2010. Root causes of China’s dairy crisis and policy recommendations. Issues in Agricultural Economy 3:30-36. [In Chinese]
  19. Wu, J.G. and T. Wu. 2010. Green GDP. Pages 248-250 in: Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Vol. II – The Business of Sustainability. Berkshire Publishing, Great Barrington, MA, USA.
  20. Jenerette, G. and J. Wu. 2010. Quantitative measures and ecological hierarchy. Pages 75-95 In: Larry Kapustka, Wayne Landis, and Alan Johnson (eds), Environmental Risk Assessment and Management from a Landscape Perspective. John Wiley & Sons.
  21. Wu, J. 2010. Landscape ecology and sustainability science. Pages 50-67 in: Y.G. Wu and J.W. Fan (eds), Ecological Complexity and Ecological Vision. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]

2009

  1. *Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2009. Urbanization alters spatiotemporal patterns of ecosystem primary production: A case study of the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Journal of Arid Environments 73:512-520.
  2. Chen, X. and J. Wu. 2009. Sustainable landscape architecture: implications of the Chinese philosophy of “unity of man with nature” and beyond.  Landscape Ecology 24: 1015-1026.
  3. *Yang, L. and J. Wu. 2009. Scholar-participated governance as an alternative solution to the problem of collective action in social-ecological systems. Ecological Economics 68: 2412–2425.
  4. Han, X., K. Owens, X. B. Wu, J. Wu, and J. Huang. 2009. The Inner Mongolia Grassland: A special feature. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:303-304.
  5. Xiao, H., F. Yuan, and J. Wu. 2009. Factors affecting citations: a comparison between Chinese and English journals in ecology. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 20(5):1253-1262. [In Chinese]
  6. *Li, Z., J. Wu, X. Kou, Y. Tian, T. Wang, P. Mou, and J. Ge. 2009. Land use pattern and dynamics in the distribution region of the Amur tiger. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 20 (3): 713-724.  [In Chinese]
  7. *Tian, Y., J. Wu, X. Kou, Z. Li, T. Wang, P. Mou, and J. Ge. 2009. Spatiotemporal patterns and main drivers of the Amur tiger population dynamics. Biodiversity Science 17 (3): 211-225 [In Chinese]
  8. Wu, J. 2009. Ecological dynamics in fragmented landscapes. Pages 438-444 In: S. A. Levin (ed.), Princeton Guide to Ecology. Princeton University Press, Princeton.
  9. Yuan, F., J. Wu, Y. Bai, and X. Han. 2009. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning relationship. Pages 1-37 In: J. Wu and J. Yang (eds). Lectures in Modern Ecology (IV): Theory and Applications. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]

2008

  1. Wu, J. 2008. Making the case for landscape ecology: an effective approach to urban sustainability. Landscape Journal 27:41-50.
  2. Wu, J. 2008. Changing perspectives on biodiversity conservation: from species protection to regional sustainability. Biodiversity Science 16(3):205-213.
  3. Bai, Y., J. Wu, Q. Xing, Q. Pan, J. Huang, D. Yang, and X. Han. 2008. Primary production and rain use efficiency across a precipitation gradient on the Mongolia Plateau. Ecology 89: 2140–2153.
  4. Grimm, N., S. Faeth, N. Golubiewski, C. Redman, J. Wu, X. Bai, and J. Briggs. 2008. Global change and the ecology of cities. Science 319:756-760.
  5. Shao, G. and J. Wu. 2008.  On the accuracy of landscape pattern analysis using remote sensing data.  Landscape Ecology 23:505–511.
  6. Shen, W., J. Wu, N. Grimm, and D. Hope. 2008. Effects of urbanization-induced environmental changes on ecosystem functioning in the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Ecosystems 11:138-155.
  7. *Liu, J. and J. Wu. 2008. Perspectives and prospects of biofuels. Acta Ecologica Sinica 28(4):1339-1353. [In Chinese]
  8. *Yuan, F., X. Han, J. Ge, and J. Wu. 2008. Net primary productivity of Leymus chinensis steppe in Xilin River basin of Inner Mongolia and its responses to global climate change. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 19:2168-2176.   [In Chinese]
  9. Tian, G. J. and J. Wu. 2008. Simulating land use change with agent-based models: progress and prospects. Acta Ecologica Sinica 28(9):4451-4459.  [In Chinese]
  10. *Sun, Q., J. Lu, J. Wu, and F. Zhang. 2008. Effects of island area on plant species distribution and conservation implementations in the Thousand Island Lake Region. Biodiversity Science 16:1-7. [In Chinese]
  11. Wu, J. 2008. Landscape ecology. Pages 2103-2108 in: S. E. Jorgensen (ed), Encyclopedia of Ecology. Elsevier, Oxford.
  12. Wu, J. 2008. Toward a landscape ecology of cities: Beyond buildings, trees, and urban forests. Pages 10-28 In: M. M. Carreiro, Y. C. Song, and J. G. Wu, editors. 2008. Ecology, Planning and Management of Urban Forests: International Perspectives. Springer, New York.
  13. Wu, J. 2008. On scholarship and universities of the future. Pages 2-8 in: B. Gu et al. (eds.) Green Careers. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]

2007

  1. Wu, J. 2007. Past, present and future of landscape ecology. Landscape Ecology 22:1433-1435.
  2. Bai, Y., J. Wu, Q. Pan, J. Huang, Q. Wang, F. Li, A. Buyantuyev, and X. Han. 2007. Positive Linear Relationship between Productivity and Diversity: Evidence from the Eurasian Steppe. Journal of Applied Ecology 44:1023-1034.
  3. *Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2007. Estimating vegetation cover in an urban environment based on Landsat ETM+ imagery: A case study in Phoenix, USA. International Journal of Remote Sensing 28: 269-291.
  4. *Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2007. Effects of thematic resolution on landscape pattern analysis. Landscape Ecology 22:7-13.
  5. Turner, M.G., G.W. Barrett, R.H. Gardner, L.R. Iverson, P.G. Risser, J.A. Wiens, and J. Wu. 2007. In memoriam – Frank B. Golley (1930-2006). Landscape Ecology 22:1-3.
  6. Lu, J., Z. Fu, L. Zhu, and J. Wu. 2007. Water Hyacinth in China: A Sustainability Science-Based Management Framework. Environmental Management 40:823–830.
  7. Hong, S.-K., I.-J. Song, and J. Wu. 2007. Fengshui theory in urban landscape planning. Urban Ecosystems 10:221-237.
  8. Zhang, N., Z. Yu, G. Yu, and J. Wu. 2007. Scaling up ecosystem productivity from patch to landscape: A case study of the Changbai Mountain Nature Reserve. Landscape Ecology 22:303-315.
  9. Ren, H., Z. LI, W. Shen, Z. Yu, S. Peng, C. Liao, and J. Wu. 2007. Changes in biodiversity and ecosystem function during the restoration of a tropical forest in south China. Science in China Series C: Life Sciences 50:277-284.
  10. Liu, Zhimin, Xiaolan Li, Qiaoling Yan, and Jianguo Wu. 2007. Species richness and vegetation pattern in interdune lowlands of an active dune field in Inner Mongolia, China. Biological Conservation 140:29-39.
  11. Wu, J. and R. Hobbs. 2007. Landscape ecology: The state of the science. Pages 271-287 In: J. Wu and R. Hobbs (eds). Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  12. Wu, J. 2007. Scale and scaling: A cross-disciplinary perspective. Pages 115-142 In: J. Wu and R. Hobbs (eds). Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  13. Hobbs, J. and J. Wu. 2007. Perspectives and prospects of landscape ecology. Pages 3-8 In: J. Wu and R. Hobbs (eds). Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  14. Li, H. and J. Wu. 2007. Landscape pattern analysis: Key issues and challenges. Pages 39-61 In: J. Wu and R. Hobbs (eds). Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  15. Li, H., J. Wu. 2007. Application of spatial pattern analysis in landscape ecology. Pages 222-244 In: J. Wu (ed). Lectures in Modern Ecology (III): Advances and Key Topics. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]
  16. *Wang, H., J. Ge, and J. Wu. 2007. An overview of landscape genetics. Pages 245-260 In: J. Wu (ed). Lectures in Modern Ecology (III): Advances and Key Topics. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]

2006

  1. Wu, J. 2006. Cross-disciplinarity, landscape ecology, and sustainability science. Landscape Ecology 21:1-4.
  2. *Neil, K. and J. Wu. 2006. Effects of urbanization on plant flowering phenology. Urban Ecosystems 9:243-257.
  3. Jiang, G., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2006. Restoration and management of the Inner Mongolia Grassland requires a sustainable strategy. AMBIO 35:269-270.
  4. Jenerette, G. D., J. Wu, N. Grimm, and D. Hope. 2006. Points, patches and regions: Scaling soil biogeochemical patterns in an urbanized arid ecosystem. Global Change Biology 12:1532-1544.
  5. Li, H.T., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2006. Variant scaling relationship for mass-density across tree-dominated communities. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 48:268-277.
  6. Wu, J. and H. Li. 2006. Concepts of scale and scaling. Pages 3-15 In: J. Wu, B. Jones, H. Li and O.L. Loucks (eds). Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  7. Wu, J. and H. Li. 2006. Perspectives and methods in scaling: A review. Pages 17-44 In: J. Wu, B. Jones, H. Li and O.L. Loucks (eds). Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  8. Li, H. and J. Wu. 2006. Uncertainty analysis in ecological studies: An overview. Pages 45-66 In: J. Wu, B. Jones, H. Li and O.L. Loucks (eds). Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  9. Wu, J., H. Li, B. Jones, and O. L. Loucks. 2006. Scaling with known uncertainty: A synthesis. Pages 329-346 In: J. Wu, B. Jones, H. Li and O.L. Loucks (eds). Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  10. Reynolds, James F., Paul R. Kemp, Kiona Ogle, Roberto J. Fernández, Qiong Gao and Jianguo Wu. 2006. Modeling the Unique Attributes of Dryland Ecosystems. Pages 321-353 in: Huenneke LF, Havstad KM, Schlesinger WH (eds) Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

2005

  1. Wu, J., Y. Bai, X. Han, L. Li, and Z. Chen. 2005. Ecosystem stability in Inner Mongolia. Nature 435:E6-E7 (doi:10.1038/nature03584).
  2. Shen, W., J. Wu, P. R. Kemp, J. F. Reynolds, and N. B. Grimm. 2005. Simulating the dynamics of primary productivity of a Sonoran ecosystem: Model parameterization and validation. Ecological Modelling 189:1-24.
  3. Li, H.T., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2005. Lack of evidence for 3/4 scaling of metabolism in terrestrial plants. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 47:1173-1183.
  4. Wu, J., 2005. Changes in editorship of Landscape Ecology. Landscape Ecology 20, 895.

2004

  1. Bai, Y., X. Han, J. Wu, Z. Chen, and L. Li. 2004. Ecosystem stability and compensatory effects in the Inner Mongolia Grassland. Nature 431:181-184.
  2. Wu, J. 2004. Effects of changing scale on landscape pattern analysis: Scaling relations. Landscape Ecology 19:125-138.
  3. Wu, J., J. Huang, X. Han, X. Gao, F. He, M. Jiang, Z. Jiang, R. B. Primack, and Z. Shen. 2004. Three Gorges Dam: An Ecological Perspective. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(5): 241-248.
  4. Li, H. and J. Wu. 2004. Use and misuse of landscape indices. Landscape Ecology 19: 389-399.
  5. Wu, J. 2004. Key research topics in landscape ecology. Acta Ecologica Sinica 24(9):2074-2076.  [In Chinese]
  6. Musacchio, L. and J. Wu. Collaborative landscape-scale ecological research: Emerging trends in urban and regional ecology. Urban Ecosystems 7:175-178.
  7. *Berling-Wolff, S. and J. Wu. 2004. Modeling urban landscape dynamics: A case study in Phoenix, USA. Urban Ecosystems 7:215-240.
  8. *Berling-Wolff, S. and J. Wu. 2004. Urban growth models: A historical review. Ecological Research 19:119-129.
  9. *Jenerette, G. D. and J. Wu. 2004. Limitation interactions of ecosystem processes with spatial heterogeneity: The puzzle of nitrogen. Oikos 107:273-282.
  10. Tong, C., J. Wu, S. Yong, J. Yang, and W. Yong. 2004. A landscape-scale assessment of steppe degradation in the Xilin River Basin, Inner Mongolia, China. Journal of Arid Environments 59:133-149.
  11. Shen, W., G. D. Jenerette, J. Wu and R. H. Gardner. 2004. Evaluating empirical scaling relations of pattern metrics with simulated landscapes. Ecography 27: 459-469.
  12. Ding, L., J. Lu, G. Xu, and J. Wu. 2004. Effects of ecological protection and development on landscape pattern in the Thousand-Island Lake region, Zhejiang Province, China. Biodiversity Science 12(5):473-480.   [In Chinese]

2003

  1. Wu, J., J. Huang, and X. Han. 2003. Three-Gorges Dam: Risk to ancient fish. Science 302:1149-1150.
  2. Wu, J., J. Huang, X. Han, Z. Xie, and X. Gao. 2003. Three-Gorges Dam: Experiment in Habitat Fragmentation? Science 300:1239-1240.
  3. Shao, G.F., W.C. Wu, G. Wu, X.H. Zhou, and J. Wu. 2003. An explicit index for assessing the accuracy of cover class areas. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 69:907-913.
  4. Peng, S.L., H. Ren, J. Wu, and H.F. Lu. 2003. Effects of litter removal on plant species diversity: A case study in tropical Eucalyptus forest ecosystems in South China. Journal of Environmental Sciences 15(3):367-371.
  5. Shen, W., J. Wu, Y. Lin, H. Ren, and M. Li. 2003. Effects of changing grain size on landscape pattern analysis. Acta Ecologica Sinica 23(11):2506-2231.  [In Chinese]
  6. *Shen, W., J. Wu, H. Ren, Y. Lin and M. Li. 2003. Effects of changing spatial extent on landscape pattern analysis. Acta Ecologica Sinica 23(12):2219-2519.  [In Chinese]
  7. *Shen, W., S. Peng, J. Wu, and Y. Lin. 2003. Simulation studies on carbon and nitrogen accumulation and its allocation pattern in forest ecosystems of Heshan in low subtropical China. Acta Phytoecologica Sinica 27(5):690-699.  [In Chinese]
  8. Wu, J., G. D. Jenerette, and J. L. David. 2003. Linking land use change with ecosystem processes: A hierarchical patch dynamics model. In: Subhro Guhathakurta (ed.), Integrated Land Use and Environmental Models. Springer, Berlin. pp.99-119. [In Chinese]

2002

  1. Wu, J., W. Shen, W. Sun, and P. T. Tueller. 2002. Empirical patterns of the effects of changing scale on landscape metrics. Landscape Ecology 17:761-782.
  2. Wu, J. and R. Hobbs. 2002. Key issues and research priorities in landscape ecology: An idiosyncratic synthesis. Landscape Ecology 17:355-365.
  3. *Luck, M. and J. Wu. 2002. A gradient analysis of urban landscape pattern: a case study from the Phoenix metropolitan region, Arizona, USA. Landscape Ecology 17:327-339.
  4. Wu, J. and D. Marceau. 2002. Modeling complex ecological systems: An introduction.  Ecological Modelling 153:1-6.
  5. Wu, J. and J. L. David. 2002. A spatially explicit hierarchical approach to modeling complex ecological systems: Theory and applications.  Ecological Modelling 153:7-26.
  6. Wu, J. and C. Overton. 2002. Asian ecology: Pressing problems and research challenges. Bulletin of Ecological Society of America 83(3):189-194.
  7. Qi, Ye, Ming Xu, and Jianguo Wu. 2002. Temperature sensitivity of soil respiration and its effects on ecosystem carbon budget: Nonlinearity begets surprises.  Ecological Modelling 153:131-142.
  8. Zhang, H. and J. Wu. 2002. A statistical thermodynamic model of the organizational order of vegetation. Ecological Modelling 153:69-80.
  9. He, F., K. J. Gaston and J. Wu. 2002. On species occupancy-abundance models. Ecoscience 9(1):119-126.
  10. Zhang, H., J. Wu and X. Han. 2002. The organizational order of vegetation and its global pattern. Acta Phytoecologica Sinica. 26(2):129-139.   [In Chinese]
  11. Wu, J. and W. Shen. 2002. The science of complexity and its applications in ecology. Pages 6-15 In: J. Wu, X. Han and J. Huang (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology: From Basic Ecology to Environmental Issues. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.   [In Chinese]
  12. Ren, H., S.L. Peng, and J. Wu. 2002. Ecosystem degradation and restoration ecology in China. Pages 190-210 In: M. H. Wong and A. D. Bradshaw (eds), The Restoration and Management of Derelict Land. World Scientific, New Jersey.
  13. Ren, H., S.-L. Peng and J. Wu. 2002. Restoration ecology. Pages 144-158 In: J. Wu, X. Han and J. Huang (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology: From Basic Ecology to Environmental Issues. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.   [In Chinese]
  14. Zhu, W., J. Wu and L. Zhang. 2002. Urban Ecology: An ecological field facing new challenges. Pages 220-229 In: J. Wu, X. Han and J. Huang (eds), Lectures in Modern Ecology: From Basic Ecology to Environmental Issues. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.   [In Chinese]

2001

  1. *Luck, M., G. D. Jenerette, J. Wu and N. Grimm. 2001. The urban funnel model and spatially heterogeneous ecological footprint. Ecosystems 4:782-796.
  2. *Jenerette, G. D. and J. Wu. 2001. Analysis and simulation of land use change in the central Arizona - Phoenix region. Landscape Ecology 16:611-626.
  3. Price, D. T., N. E. Zimmermann, P. J. van der Meer,  M. Lexer, P. Leadley, I. Jorritsma, J. Schaber, D. F. Clark, P. Lasch, S. McNulty, J. Wu, and B. Smith. 2001. Regeneration in gap models: Priority issues for studying forest responses to climate change. Climatic Change 51:475-508.
  4. Gao, Q. Yu, M., Yang, X., and Wu, J. 2001. Scaling simulation models for spatially heterogeneous ecosystems with diffusive transportation. Landscape Ecology 16 (4): 289-300.
  5. Fagan, W. F., E. Meir, S. S. Carroll, and J. Wu. 2001. The ecology of urban landscapes: modeling housing starts as a density-dependent colonization process.  Landscape Ecology 16(1):33-39.
  6. Wu, J. 2001. Desertification. In: R. Robinson, ed. Plant Sciences. Macmillan Reference USA, New York, Volume 2: 70-73.

2000

  1. Wu, J. and Y. Qi. 2000. Dealing with scale in landscape analysis: An overview. Geographic Information Sciences 6(1):1-5. (The journal name has changed to Annals of GIS in 2009.)
  2. Wu, J., D. E. Jelinski, M. Luck and P. T. Tueller. 2000. Multiscale analysis of landscape heterogeneity: Scale variance and pattern metrics. Geographic Information Sciences 6(1):6-19. (The journal name has changed to Annals of GIS in 2009.)
  3. Wu, J., Y. Liu and D. E. Jelinski. 2000. Effects of leaf area profiles and canopy stratification on simulated energy fluxes: The problem of vertical spatial scale. Ecological Modelling 134:283-297.
  4. Zipperer, W. C., J. Wu, R. V. Pouyat, and S. T. A. Pickett. 2000.  The application of ecological principles to urban and urbanizing landscapes. Ecological Applications 10(3): 685-688.  
  5. Collins, J.P., A.P. Kinzig, N.B. Grimm, W.F. Fagan, D. Hope, J. Wu, and E.T. Borer. 2000. A new urban ecology. American Scientist 88:416-425.
  6. *Jenerette, G. D. and J. Wu. 2000. On the definitions of scale. Bulletin of Ecological Society of America 81(1): 104-105.
  7. Wu, J. 2000. Landscape ecology: Concepts and theory. Chinese Journal of Ecology 19(1):42-52.   [In Chinese] 
  8. Wu, J. 2000. What is metapopulation, really? Acta Phytoecologica Sinica 24(1):123-126.  [In Chinese]
  9. Ren, H., J. Wu, S.-L. Peng, and L.-Z. Zhao. 2000. Concept of ecosystem management and its essential elements. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 11(3):455-458.   [In Chinese]
  10. Ren, H., J. Wu and S.-L. Peng. 2000. Evaluation and Monitoring of ecosystem health. Tropical Geography 20(4):310-316. 
  11. Wu, J.  2000.  Landscape ecology. Pages 308-330 In: Li Bo (ed), Ecology. Higher Education Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]

1999

  1. Wu, J.  1999.  Hierarchy and scaling: Extrapolating information along a scaling ladder. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 25(4): 367-380. 
  2. Pickett, S. T. A., J. Wu and M. L. Cadenasso.  1999.  Patch dynamics and the ecology of disturbed ground: A framework for synthesis.  Pages 707-722 In: L. R. Walker (ed.), Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground. Ecosystems of the World 16. Elsevier, Amsterdam.  
  3. Reynolds, J. and J. Wu. 1999.  Do landscape structural and functional units exist? Pages 273-296 In: Tenhunen, J. D. and P. Kabat, eds. Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. John Wiley.  
  4. Aber, J. D., I. C. Burke, B. Acock, H. K. M. Bugmann, P. Kabat, J.-C. Menaut, I. R. Noble, J. F. Reynolds, W. L. Steffen, and J. Wu.  1999.  Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in complex landscapes: What is the role of temporal and spatial ecosystem dynamics? Pages 335-355 In: Tenhunen, J. D. and P. Kabat, eds. Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. John Wiley, Chichester.

1998

  1. Jiang, M., J. Wu and Y. Jin. 1998. Landscape ecology and its application in conservation biology. Journal of Wuhan Botanical Research 16(3):273-279.  [In Chinese]
  2. Chang, X. and J. Wu. 1998.  Spatial analysis of pattern of sandy landscapes in Kerqin, Inner Mongolia. Acta Ecologica Sinica 18(3):225-232.  [In Chinese]

1997

  1. Wu, J.  and S. A. Levin.  1997.  A patch-based spatial modeling approach: conceptual framework and simulation scheme. Ecological Modelling 101:325-346.  
  2. Wu, J., W. Gao and P.T. Tueller. 1997. Effects of changing spatial scale on the results of statistical analysis with landscape data: A case study. Geographic Information Sciences 3:30-41.  (The journal name was changed to Annals of GIS in 2009.)
  3. Wickham, J. D., J. Wu and D. F. Bradford.  1997.  A conceptual framework for selecting and analyzing stressor data to study species richness at large spatial scales.  Environmental Management 21(2): 247-257.
  4. Chang, X. and J. Wu.  1997.  Species diversity dynamics during desertification on Kerqin Sandy Land. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 8(2):151-156.  [In Chinese]

1996

  1. Jelinski, D. E. and J. Wu.  1996.  The modifiable areal unit problem and implications for landscape ecology.  Landscape Ecology 11(3):129-140.  
  2. Qi, Y. and J. Wu.  1996.  Effects of changing spatial resolution on the results of landscape pattern analysis using spatial autocorrelation indices.  Landscape Ecology 11(1):39-50.
  3. Wu, J.  1996.  An overview of paradigm shift in ecology. Acta Ecologica Sinica 16(5):449-460.  [In Chinese]
  4. Chang, X. and J. Wu.  1996.  Fractal models and their ecological applications.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 15(3):35-42.   [In Chinese]

1995

  1. Wu, J. and O. L. Loucks. 1995.  From balance-of-nature to hierarchical patch dynamics: A paradigm shift in ecology. Quarterly Review of Biology 70:439-466.
  2. Wu, J. and W. Gao.  1995.  Spatial patterns of species richness: A hierarchical perspective. Chinese Biodiversity (Supplemental Issue in English) 3:12-21.
  3. Wu, J. and J. L. Vankat.  1995.  Island biogeography: theory and applications.  Pages 371-379 In: W. A. Nierenberg (ed), Encyclopedia of Environmental Biology. Vol. 2. Academic Press, San Diego.
  4. Wu, J.  1995.  Modeling dynamics of patchy landscapes: linking metapopulation theory, landscape ecology and conservation biology.  Pages 97-116 In: R. Wang et al. (eds), Wealth, Health and Faith. China Environmental Science Press, Beijing.  
  5. Stockwell, J. D., T. V. Burkey, B. Cazelles, F. Menard, F. A. Ascioti, P. Himschoot, and J. Wu.  1995.  Detecting periodicity in quantitative versus semi-quantitative time series. Pages 99-115 In: T. Powell and J. Steele (eds), Ecological Time Series. Chapman & Hall, New York.
  6. Wu, J. and D. E. Jelinski.  1995.  Pattern and scale in ecology: The modifiable areal unit problem.  In: Li Bo (ed), Lectures in Modern Ecology. pp.1-9, Science Press, Beijing.   [In Chinese]

1994

  1. Wu, J. and S. A. Levin.  1994.  A spatial patch dynamic modeling approach to pattern and process in an annual grassland.  Ecological Monographs  64(4):447-464.  
  2. Wu, J.  1994.  The role of theory and models in ecology: An overview.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 13(3): 76-79.   [In Chinese]

1993

  1. Wu, J., J. L. Vankat and Y. Barlas.  1993.  Effects of patch connectivity and arrangement on animal metapopulation dynamics: A simulation study.  Ecological Modelling  65:221-254.  
  2. Wu, J.  1993.  A simulation study of energy exchange processes and micrometeorology in an ecosystem.  CAASS Journal  3:44-60.  
  3. Deutschman, D., G. A. Bradshaw, W. M. Childress, K. Daly, D. Grunbaum, M. Pascual, N. Schumaker and J. Wu. 1993. Mechanisms of patch formation. Pages 184-209 In: S.A. Levin, T.M. Powell, J.H. Steele (eds.). Patch Dynamics. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  4. Garcia-Moliner, G., D. M. Mason, C. H. Greene, A. Lobo, B. Li, J. Wu and G. A. Bradshaw.  1993. Description and analysis of spatial patterns. Pages 70-89 In: S.A. Levin, T.M. Powell, J.H. Steele (eds.). Patch Dynamics. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

1992

  1. Wu, J. 1992. Detecting spatial patterns: the net-function interpolation. Coenoses  7(3):137-143.
  2. Wu, J. 1992. Mathematical modeling and nature conservation. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 3:286-288.  [In Chinese]
  3. Wu, J., B. Li and Y. Wu. 1992. Patchiness and patch dynamics: I. Concepts and mechanisms.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 11(4):41-45.  [In Chinese]
  4. Li, B., Y. Wu. and J. Wu. 1992. Patchiness and patch dynamics: II. Description and analysis.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 11(5):28-37.  [In Chinese]
  5. Wu, Y., J. Wu and B. Li.  1992. Patchiness and patch dynamics: III. Ecological and evolutionary consequences.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 11(6): 34-41.  [In Chinese]
  6. Wu, J. and O. L. Loucks. 1992. Xilingele grassland. Pages 67-84 In: The US National Research Council (ed), Grasslands and Grassland Sciences in Northern China. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.  
  7. Loucks, O. L. and J. Wu. 1992. The Northeast. Pages 55-66 In: The US National Research Council (ed), Grasslands and Grassland Sciences in Northern China. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
  8. Wu, J. and O. L. Loucks. 1992. The balance-of-nature and modern ecological theory: A shift in ecological thinking. Pages 16-29 In: SinoEco (ed), Advances in Modern Ecology. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.  [In Chinese]
  9. Wu, J. 1992. Nature conservation and conservation biology: Concepts and models. Pages 174-186 In: SinoEco (ed), Advances in Modern Ecology. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.  [In Chinese]
  10. Wu, J., J. L. Vankat and W. Gao. 1992. Ecological succession: An overview of theories and models. Pages 49-64 In: SinoEco (ed), Advances in Modern Ecology. Science and Technology Press, Beijing.  [In Chinese]  

1991

  1. Wu, J. and J. L. Vankat.  1991.  A System Dynamics model of island biogeography.  Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 53:911-940.  
  2. Wu, J. and J. L. Vankat.  1991.  An area-based model of species richness dynamics of forest islands.  Ecological Modelling 58:249-271.
  3. Wu, J.  1991.  Dissipative structure, hierarchy theory and ecosystems.  Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 2:181-186.  [In Chinese]   
  4. Vankat, J. L., J. Wu and S. Fore. 1991. Old growth by design: applying the concepts of landscape ecology. Pages 153-170 In: D. Henderson and L. D. Hedrick (eds),  Restoration of Old Growth Forests in the Interior Highlands of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Ouachita National Forest and Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Winrock. 

1990

  1. Wu, J.  1990.  Modelling the energy exchange processes between plant communities and environment.  Ecological Modelling 51:233-250.  
  2. Wu, J.  1990.  Nature conservation theory and MacArthur-Wilson model. Acta Ecologica Sinica 10(2):187-191.   [In Chinese]
  3. Wu, J., Y. Barlas and J.L. Vankat.  1990.  Modelling patchy ecological systems using the System Dynamics approach. Pages 1355-1369 In: D.F. Andersen, G.P. Richardson and J.D. Sterman (eds), System Dynamics 1990, Vol. III. The System Dynamics Society, MIT, Cambridge.

1989

  1. Wu, J. 1989. The theory of island biogeography: models and applications.  Chinese Journal of Ecology 8(6):34-39.  [In Chinese]
  2. Wu, J. and Y. Barlas. 1989. Simulating the dynamics of natural populations using the System Dynamics approach.  Pages 6-11 In: S. Spencer and G. Richardson, (eds), System Dynamics. Society for Computer Simulation International. Western Multiconference, SCS, San Diego.

Book Reviews

[1]           Wu, J. 2011. Rangeland Degradation and Recovery in China’s Pastoral Lands. Restoration Ecology 19:681-682.

[2]           Wu, J. 2006. A guide for spatial analysis in ecology. BioScience 56:938-939.

[3]           Wu, J. 2005. Effects of land-use change on ecosystems. Ecology 86(12):3420–3421.

[4]           Wu, J. 2005. A new paradigm for a transdisciplinary science of desertification. Diversity and Distributions 11:362-363.

[5]           Wu, J. 2001.  A top-down approach to landscape ecology. Ecology 82(2):604-606.

[6]           Wu, J. 2001. Urban ecology. Ecological Engineering 16:581-582.

[7]           Wu, J. 1998.  Scaling-Up: From Cell to Landscape. Ecological Engineering 10(4): 369-371.

[8]           Wu, J.  1995.  Modelling dynamic systems using STELLA II. Ecological Modelling 82(2):208-210.

[9]           Wu, J.  1995.  Biodiversity and Landscapes: A Paradox of Humanity, Journal of Environmental Quality 24(3):554-556.  

Reprinted Journal Articles:

·                Wu, J. 2013. Landscape ecology. In “Ecological Systems: Selected Entries fro the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology,” Edited by Rik Leemans, Springer, 2013, pp.179-200.

·                Wu, J., J. L. Vankat and Y. Barlas.  1993.  Effects of patch connectivity and arrangement on animal metapopulation dynamics: a simulation study.  Ecological Modelling  65:221-254.  In “Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Models,” Edited by S. E. Jorgensen et al., CRC Press, 1996, pp.495-496.

·                Wu, J. and J. L. Vankat.  1991.  A System Dynamics model of island biogeography.  Bulletin of Mathematical Biology  53:911-940.  In “Environmental Science  Stella Stacks,” Edited by D. Kesler, Wm C. Brown Publishers, 1993.

·                Wu, J. and J. L. Vankat.  1991.  An area-based model of species richness dynamics of forest islands.  Ecological Modelling  58:249-271.  In “Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Models,” edited by S.E. Jorgensen et al., CRC Press, 1996, pp. 343-344.

·                Wu, J.  1990.  Modelling the energy exchange processes between plant communities and environment.  Ecological Modelling  51:233-250.  In “Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Models, ed. by S.E. Jorgensen et al., CRC Press, 1996, pp. 537-538.

Research Activity

Courses

Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SOS 792 Research
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
BIO 189 Life Sciences Career Paths
BIO 421 Landscape Ecology
SOS 492 Honors Directed Study
BIO 521 Landscape Ecology
SOS 792 Research
SOS 799 Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course Number Course Title
SOS 596 Scientific Paper
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
SOS 493 Honors Thesis
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SOS 792 Research
SOS 799 Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
BIO 189 Life Sciences Career Paths
BIO 421 Landscape Ecology
SOS 492 Honors Directed Study
SOS 513 Science for Sustainability
BIO 521 Landscape Ecology
SOS 792 Research
SOS 799 Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SOS 590 Reading and Conference
SOS 790 Reading and Conference
SOS 799 Dissertation
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
BIO 421 Landscape Ecology
SOS 513 Science for Sustainability
BIO 521 Landscape Ecology
SOS 792 Research
SOS 799 Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SOS 792 Research
Fall 2014
Course Number Course Title
BIO 421 Landscape Ecology
SOS 513 Science for Sustainability
BIO 521 Landscape Ecology
SOS 792 Research
Spring 2014
Course Number Course Title
SOS 792 Research
Fall 2013
Course Number Course Title
BIO 189 Life Sciences Career Paths
BIO 421 Landscape Ecology
SOS 494 Special Topics
BIO 521 Landscape Ecology
SOS 598 Special Topics

Presentations

  • J. Wu. 10 invited presentations; 9 national and international and 1 local. Seminars (Nov 2014).
  • Wu, J. Convergence of landscape ecology and urban ecology, with US and China perspectives. Harvard Colloquium on Ecology for Land and City (Sep 2013).
  • Wu, J. The state-of-the-science in urban ecology and sustainability: a landscape perspective. World Congress on Ecology (INTECOL 2013), London (Aug 2013).
  • Wu, J. Urban ecology: The state of the science. Workshop on Urban Ecology, Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xiamen (Aug 2013).
  • Wu, J. Landscape sustainability science. The 1st CHESS Symposium on Landscape Sustainability Science (Jun 2013).
  • Wu, J. Landscape sustainability science: improving ecosystem services and human well-being in changing landscapes. Symposium on Coupled Natural and Human Systems, Nanjing (Jun 2013).
  • Wu, J. Urban ecology: past, present, and future. Zhongshan University, Guangzhou (Jun 2013).
  • Wu, J. Landscape ecology: state-of-the-science and implications for conservation and restoration. The 7th International Symposium on Modern Ecology (Jun 2013).
  • Wu, J. Urban landscape ecology: an overview. Urban Ecology Symposium, Beijing Normal University (May 2013).
  • Wu, J. Landscape Principles of Ecological Restoration: Nothing Sustains without Supporting Context. The Chinese Academy of Sciences Forum on Ecological Reconstruction and Restoration (May 2013).
  • Wu, J. The science of sustainability. Mingde Forum Lecture, Qinghua University, Beijing (Apr 2013).
  • Wu, J. The science of sustainability: From ecosystem services to human well-being. The 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environmental Protection, Guilin (Apr 2013).
  • Wu, J. Key issues in landscape ecology. Symposium on Ecological Civilization and Landscape Ecology, Beijing (Feb 2013).
  • Wu, J. Landscape ecology and sustainability. Beijing Forestry University (Feb 2013).
  • Wu, Jianguo. A total of 12 presentations, including 3 keynotes at international conferences and 3 invited seminars. National and international conferences and invited presentations (Dec 2012).
  • Wu, Jianguo. A total of 16 presentations were given in 2011, including 13 invited talks (please see detail in the Abstract box). National and international conferences and invited presentations (Dec 2011).
  • Wu, Jianguo. A total of 14 presentations were given in 2010, including 11 invited talks (please see detail in the Abstract box). National and international conferences and invited presentations (Dec 2010).
  • Wu, Jianguo. 18 presentations given in 2009 (*invited) - see detail in the Abstract box!. National and international conferences and invited presentations (Dec 2009).
  • Seven invited national and international presentations. Landscape ecology, urban ecology, and sustainability science. various (Dec 2008).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Changing perspectives in ecology and biodiversity conservation: achieving landscape and regional sustainability. Conference on Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Planted Forests in Southeast Asia, Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia (Jan 2007).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology of cities. The 1st Workshop of the ASU-Chinese Academy of Science Joint Center for Urban Sustainability, Beijing (Dec 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability science. Beijing University, Beijing (Oct 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability science. Invited seminar at Beijing University, Beijing, October 31, 2006 (Oct 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology and sustainability science: Emerging paradigms. Invited seminar at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, September 26, 2006 (Sep 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability science. Invited seminar at Sichun University, Chengdu, August 17, 2006 (Aug 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability science. Invited seminar at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, June 10, 2006 (Jun 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability: a landscape ecological perspective. H.W.S. Cleveland Symposium in Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota, April 21-22, 2006 (Apr 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability: a landscape ecological perspective. H.W.S. Cleveland Symposium in Landscape Architecture: Myths and Realities of Ecology, Design, and Ecosystem Health in the Metropolitan Landscape, University of Minnesota (Apr 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Bai, Y, Han, X. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Insights from the Inner Mongolia Grassland. 59th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, Vancouver (Feb 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Insights from the Inner Mongolia Grassland. 59th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, Vancouver, Feb. 14, 2006 (Feb 2006).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Past, present, and future. The 3rd International Symposium on Modern Ecology, Beijing, June 1-7, 2005 (Jun 2005).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape Ecology. Nankai University, Tianjin, October 25, 2004 (Oct 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology and its application in urban planning. Qinghua University, Beijing, October 14, 2004 (Oct 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Scale and scaling in ecology. South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, October 12, 2004 (Oct 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Scale issues in landscape ecology. Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Beijing, October 27, 2004 (Oct 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Spatial scaling: Theory and methods. Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, July 3, 2004 (Jul 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Frontiers in landscape ecology. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, June 14, 2004 (Jun 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Key issues in urban ecology. East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, June 20, 2004 (Jun 2004).
  • Buyantuyev, A, Wu, Jianguo. Estimating vegetation cover of an urban landscape using remote sensing data. 19th Annual Symposium of the US Association of Landscape Ecology (Mar 2004).
  • Jenerette, G, Wu, Jianguo. From patches to regions: Scaling biogeochemical patterns in soils of the Phoenix, AZ metropolitan region. The 19th Annual Symposium of the US Association of Landscape Ecology, Las Vegas (Mar 2004).
  • Shen, W, Jenerette, G, Wu, Jianguo. Evaluating empirical scaling relations of pattern metrics with simulated landscapes. The 19th Annual Symposium of the US Association of Landscape Ecology, Las Vegas (Mar 2004).
  • Zhang, J, Wu, Jianguo, Chen, Q, Li, L, Bai, Y. Scaling up soil respiration from plots to the region: A case study in Inner Mongolia. 19th Annual Symposium of the US Association of Landscape Ecology (Mar 2004).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecological principles for nature conservation and ecological restoration. International Symposium on Ecosystem Succession Theory and Ecological Restoration, Guangzhou (Dec 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology as a scientific basis and methodology for understanding and combating desertification and dust/sand storms. Sino-US Workshop on Dust Storms and Their Effects on Human Health, Raleigh, North Carolina (Nov 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Toward a landscape ecology of cities: Beyond buildings, trees and forests. International Symp. on Urban Forestry and Eco-Cities, Shanghai (Sep 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Scaling across heterogeneous landscapes: Theory and methods. The VIII International Congress on Ecology, Seoul, Korea (Aug 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Hobbs, R. Top 10 list for landscape ecology: An idiosyncratic synthesis. 17th Annual Symposium of US-IALE (International Association of Landscape Ecology), Lincoln, Nebraska (Apr 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Spatial Scaling: Extrapolating Information from the Plot to the Region. US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development, National Center for Environmental Research, Washington, DC (Feb 2002).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Wu, Jianguo. Perspectives for Landscape Ecological Research. Tartu, Estonia (Jul 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Hobbs, R, Wu, Jianguo, Hobbs, R. Perspectives for Landscape Ecological Research. IALE European Conference (Jun 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape Ecology: Pattern, Process, Scale and Hierarchy. Nanjing University, Nanjing, China (Jun 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Pattern, process, scale and hierarchy: A landscape ecology perspective. Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China (Jun 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Pattern and scale: The behavior of landscape metrics. Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin (Apr 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Top 10 List for Landscape Ecology in the 21 Century: Introduction. The 16th Annual Symposium of US-IALE (International Association of Landscape Ecology), Arizona State University, Tempe (Apr 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Effects of changing grain size and extent in Landscape Characterization and Pattern Analysis: Generalities and idiosyncrasies. The 16th Annual Symposium of US-IALE (International Association of Landscape Ecology), Arizona State University, Tempe (Apr 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Pattern, process, scale and hierarchy: A landscape ecology perspective. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (Feb 2001).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Pickett, S. Symposium introduction: New paradigms in urban ecology. Ecological Society of America, Snowbird (Aug 2000).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Hierarchical patch dynamics. University of California, Davis (Jun 2000).
  • Wu, Jianguo. Linking landscape pattern with ecological processes: A hierarchical patch dynamics approach. University of Florida, Gainesville (May 2000).
  • Wu, Jianguo, Wolf, Shapard. Sources of salt to municipal wastewater. 29th Annual Conference of the Water Quality Association
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology and design principles for sustainability. World Congress on Landscape Ecology
  • Wu, Jianguo. Landscape ecology and sustainability science: The expanding human dimension. Utah State University Ecology Center Seminar Series
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urban ecology and the Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER project. Utah State University Ecology Center Seminar Series
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urban landscape sustainability: the whole is larger than the sum of parts. International Conference on Urban Ecology and Management
  • Wu, Jianguo. Urbanization and sustainability science. Invited Presentation
  • Wu, Jianguo. Changing perspectives in biodiversity conservation: Towards global sustainability. Invited Presentation

Service

  • Chair, Organizing Committee, Landscape Sustainability Science Forum Series, Chair (2013 - Present)
  • Co-Chair, Academic Committee, The 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environmental Protection, Co-Chair (2012 - Present)
  • Ecological Processes, Editorial Board Member (2011 - Present)
  • Ecological Processes, Editorial Board Member (2011 - Present)
  • Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2010 - Present)
  • Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2010 - Present)
  • Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2010 - Present)
  • Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2010 - Present)
  • EEES Personnel Committee of SOLS, Member (2009 - Present)
  • EEES Personnel Committee of SOLS, Member (2009 - Present)
  • EEES Personnel Committee of SOLS, Member (2009 - Present)
  • EEES Personnel Committee of SOLS, Member (2009 - Present)
  • EEES Personnel Committee of SOLS, Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Ecological Economics, Editorial Board Member (2009 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Associate Editor (2008 - Present)
  • ASU Biodiversity Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Frontiers in Energy, Editorial Board Member (2008 - Present)
  • Frontiers in Energy, Editorial Board Member (2008 - Present)
  • Frontiers in Energy, Editorial Board Member (2008 - Present)
  • Frontiers in Energy, Editorial Board Member (2008 - Present)
  • Frontiers of Energy and Power Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2008 - Present)
  • Director of Sino-UC Center for Conservation, Energy, and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Director of Sino-UC Center for Conservation, Energy, and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Director of Sino-UC Center for Conservation, Energy, and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Director of Sino-UC Center for Conservation, Energy, and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Director of Center for Landscape Ecology and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Director of Sino-UC Center for Conservation, Energy, and Sustainability Science, Director (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of Plant Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of Plant Ecology, Editorial Board Member (2007 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee of School of Sustainability, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee of School of Sustainability, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee of School of Sustainability, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee of School of Sustainability, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee of School of Sustainability, Member (2006 - Present)
  • China Council, Office of the President of Arizona State University, Member (2006 - Present)
  • China Council, Office of the President of Arizona State University, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Academic Committee, International Symposium on Modern Ecology, Beijing, Chair (2005 - Present)
  • Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Graduate Committee, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape Ecology, Editor-in-Chief (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Editorial Board Member (2005 - Present)
  • US Association for Landscape Ecology Foreign Scholar Travel Award Committee, Committee member (2005 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Biodiversity Science, Editorial Board Member (2004 - Present)
  • Chair of the Academic Committee, The International Symposium Series on Modern Ecology, Chair (2004 - Present)
  • Office of the President, Advisor on China Projects (2003 - Present)
  • Texas A&M University, Advisor (2003 - Present)
  • Geographic Information Sciences, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Acta Ecologica Sinica, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Acta Phytoecologica Sinica, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Acta Phytoecologica Sinica, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Acta Phytoecologica Sinica, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Journal of Plant Ecology, Editorial Board Member (1999 - Present)
  • Leadership Council of the CAP-LTER, Member (1997 - Present)
  • Wrigley Lecture Committee, Global Institute of Sustainability, Committee member (2014 - 2015)
  • NSF, Proposal reviewer (2014 - 2014)
  • Reviewed 8 manuscripts for professional journals, Reviewer (2014 - 2014)
  • Faculty Search Committee, School of Sustainability, Committee Member (2013 - 2014)
  • Reviewed 7 manuscripts for professional journals (including Ecosphere, PNAS, Landscape and Urban Planning, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Ecology and Society), Reviewer (2013 - 2013)
  • NSF, Proposal reviewer (2012 - 2012)
  • Reviewed 6 manuscripts for professional journals (including PNAS, Landscape and Urban Planning, Geography Compass, and Progress in Physical Geography), Reviewer (2012 - 2012)
  • Research and Training Initiatives Committee, School of Life Sciences, Member (2009 - 2012)
  • NSF, Proposal reviewer (2011 - 2011)
  • Reviewed 5 manuscripts for professional journals (Science, Habitat International, Landscape and Urban Planning, and Ecosphere), Reviewer (2011 - 2011)
  • NSF, EPA, Proposal reviewer (2010 - 2010)
  • Science, PNAS, Journal of Biogeography, and 3 other journals, Reviewer (2010 - 2010)
  • Faculty Search Committee (Global Ecologist), Member (2009 - 2010)
  • Journals, Reviewer (2009 - 2009)
  • National Science Foundation/EPA, Proposal reviewer (2009 - 2009)
  • Faculty Search Committee, Member (2007 - 2008)
  • Journals, Reviewer (2007 - 2007)
  • NSF/EPA/USDA, Proposal reviewer (2007 - 2007)
  • National Natural Science Foundation of China, Proposal reviewer (2007 - 2007)
  • National Science Foundation, Panelist (2001 - 2007)
  • National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Panel member (2004 - 2007)
  • US EPA Office of Research and Development, Board of Scientific Counselors, Member (2005 - 2006)
  • Special Issue, Urban Ecosystems, Guest Editor (2004 - 2004)
  • Executive Committee, Graduate Program in Computational Biosciences, member (2004)
  • Organizing Committee, International Symposium on Biological Invasion, Beijing, Member (2004)
  • Symposium on Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Approaches for Sustainable Land, Co-Organizer (2004)
  • US Biocomplexity Delegation to China, Delegate (2004 - 2004)
  • Faculty Search Committee, Committee member (2003)
  • Hidden Hills Elementary School, Volunteer (2003)
  • Seminar Committee, Committee member (2003)
  • The State of the Nation's Ecosystems Project, The H. John Heinz Center, Committee member (2003)
  • United States Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE), Councilor-at-Large (2003)
  • US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) STAR Graduate Fellowship Review Panel, Member (2002 - 2002)
  • Special Issue, Ecological Modelling, Guest Editor (2001 - 2001)
  • The United States Association of Landscape Ecology (US-IALE), Program Chair (2000 - 2001)
  • Graduate Committee, Dept of Life Sciences, ASU West, Chair (1996 - 2001)